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The Walker Valley softball team rebounded from a Monday loss in a big way Tuesday taking care of business on the road against Ooltewah.Hailey Leslie was again on top of her game and Sierra Brown … more
The Bradley Central soccer Bears used a pair of second-half goals to defeat Tyner Academy, 4-2, on Tuesday night, from Bear Stadium, for their third straight win to start the season. more
After coming out on the short end of a 19-run tally Monday evening against East Hamilton, Cleveland held off a late rally for a key District 5-AAA road victory Tuesday. more
A final at-bat rally turned a two-run deficit into a two-run victory for Walker Valley's baseball Herd Monday night, from Mike Turner Field, but no such luck in Tuesday's rematch at Ooltewah. more
Bradley Central went toe-to-toe with a strong East Hamilton squad for the first two innings Tuesday, but then the wheels fell off.After a pair of hitless frames to open the contest at Bob McKenzie … more
Wednesday, March 31 BASKETBALL Motlow State at Cleveland State, 6:30 LACROSSE Lee at Young Harris (Ga.), TBA SOFTBALL Bradley Central at Soddy-Daisy, 5 Thursday, April … more
East Hamilton's Syerra Rogers got all the run support she needed in the top of the first and held Walker Valley to only three hits to hand Walker Valley its first District 5-AAA loss of the early … more
MEMPHIS — The Lee University tennis teams collected a pair of Gulf South Conference wins against Christian Brothers University Monday afternoon at the Eldon Roark Tennis … more
RALEIGH, N.C./STARKVILLE, Miss. — The Lee University track & field teams competed at the Raleigh Relays and the 2021 Al Schmidt Bulldog Relays last weekend. The two teams combined for six … more
CLEVELAND HIGH High School Girl's 4x100, 4x200, and 4x400 relay ranks No. 1 in the state for Division 1 Large Schools. more
IN BETWEEN rain washing out the opening and final day of the Cleveland Classic soccer event, Walker Valley was able to notch a 2-0 victory over Lenoir City Friday evening, with junior Cole Winsor (11) netting both Mustangs goals. more
After having his "dream come true" as the head coach of his alma mater for the last eight years, Chuck Clark announced his retirement from the Bradley Central boys' basketball program this morning, effective immediately. more
The Lee University women’s lacrosse team fell, 14-7, to Division I Presbyterian College in a shortened contest on Saturday afternoon from the new Multi-Sport Complex.Brittney White scored four … more
Despite an early struggle, Cleveland's baseball squad rallied to claim victory Friday evening, moving above the .500 mark for the first time this season.  "A win is a win. It's wasn't … more
Walt Vineyard was minding his own business, walking the halls of then-Bradley Junior High School in between classes.Bill Curtis, the school's longtime wrestling coach, had something in mind for … more
HOOVER, Ala. — It took 110 minutes of scoreless play and a shootout but the second-ranked Lee University women’s soccer team advanced to the championship round of the Gulf South Conference Spring … more
CHATTANOOGA — After Mother Nature washed out Thursday's scheduled game, Bradley Central's baseball Bears split a doubleheader Friday at the McCallie School in Chattanooga.Making up Thursday's … more
OCOEE MIDDLE SCHOOL eighth graders Makeegan Robinson and Travis Coley took first place at the Tennessee Bass Nation Junior Division tournament on Chickamauga Lake March 13-14. This was the first … more
CARROLLTON, Ga. — Led by another powerful hitting display, the Lee University baseball team completed a three-game sweep over host University of West Georgia on Saturday afternoon at Cole … more
For the second straight season, former Bradley Central and current University of Kentucky basketball standout Rhyne Howard has been named a John R. Wooden Award All-American, making her again a … more
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